Just outside the Boqueria this little restaurant delights. We stumbled onto it and followed the recommendations of our no-none sense yet delightful waitress. She reminded us of our Spanish grandmother. Even with pretty good Spanish language skills we weren't quite sure what we ordered. But it was grand. A seafood sampler and tempura zucchini blossom, and traditional bacalao. We also liked that we were the only tourists. For a more authentic experience and great cuisine, we recommend.
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